For software applications that have an end-user base in a subscription model or include recurring transactions, an ACH Processing API is a must. Sure, few of these SaaS applications would want to discount the use of credit card processing because it's..
The days of organizations mailing out invoices and billing statements to their customers are slowly but surely coming to an end. Technology is making sure of that. What's replacing snail-mailed billing statements? It's not just one particular service..
As the populations ages and customers of a younger age become bill payers of businesses and organizations, the greater the need for payment remittance to be accomplished through electronic systems. Electronic Bill Payment Services is one such system..
Businesses and organizations who rely on customer service agents to handle incoming calls for billing payment remittance are at the top of the list for those who can best benefit from adopting systems from Electronic Bill Presentment Companies. Let's..
Organizations who employ an electronic bill presentment and payment solution benefit in many ways. Here are a few of the most important reasons businesses choose to do so. Does your organization still rely on mailed-in or phoned-in payments? Let's..
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While a successful ACH API integration largely depends on the business and their requirements itself, there are a few things that cross the requirement boundaries and apply to most all ACH integration needs.
Agile Payments has been providing IVR payment solutions to the U.S. market for quite a while. Canadian companies have also been able to utilize IVR payments from Agile Payments for the same time period except for one small problem; they haven't been..
Answering that question is largely dependent on what type of business you are and what the business model is. If your business or application is one that is subscription based or has a recurring payments component, then yes; there are a number of..
Interactive voice response technology allows humans to interact with computers, effectively replacing a human on one side of the equation. A company's customers can utilize this technology for paying invoices or amounts due without the need for a..
When an organization is employing IVR Payments, there are two payment modals commonly used; Credit cards (including debit cars) and ACH payments. ACH payments (aka, eChecks) don't have any NACHA restrictions on service fees, which are also known as..
Interactive Voice Response systems have been around for a while now - and they have improved greatly from the early days of operation. No longer do companies have to worry about inaccuraccies and slow processing times with IVR technology. The robust..
Will accepting ACH via IVR Payments improve your receivables? Organizations and businesses who invoice their customers are always looking for efficiency and reduction of costs associated with receivables. Many times..
Here at Agile Payments, we have been working with credit unions for a long time. Some for partnerships in enabling their client base with merchant processing solutions or solutions like direct deposit payroll for internal use. Not too long ago a..
Recently, PYMNTS, a leading payments and commerce industry news site published a piece on PayFacs based on an interview with WePay co-founder Richard Aberman.
Hyperbole aside, we want to examine Mr. Aberman’s view and provide some balance to the..
As the idea of Payment Facilitation gains traction, more and more SaaS companies are exploring becoming a PayFac. Conceptually, it is an attractive feature to introduce: fast, easy, onboarding and new means of revenue generation. In fact, independent..
ACH payments and disbursements aren’t new. ACH payments have been around since 1974, and by the end of 2016, the total volume of ACH processing exceeded $40 trillion. If you have made monthly AutoPay payments for your mortgage, paid a credit card bill..
The number of SaaS companies looking into payment processing on behalf of their customers is growing rapidly. More and more companies are looking at Payment Aggregation | Payment Facilitation as an attractive option to provide a service that offers..
If you’re a SaaS provider considering becoming a credit card Payment Aggregator, or Payment Facilitator (Payfac) as a way to boost your bottom line by providing additional services to users of your application, you’re not alone.
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Payment Aggregation, or Payment Facilitation (Payfac) offers SaaS companies the ability to provide another layer of service to their users by acting as a Master Merchant for ACH payment processing. For tech-savvy SaaS platforms that have the resources..
Payment Aggregation, or Payment Facilitation (Payfac), allows a SaaS company to act as a master merchant for its users. The SaaS provider onboards its clients via a fairly non-intrusive application process, and this easy, fast onboarding makes it..
Software as a Service providers (SaaS) have many options when it comes to addressing payment-processing needs. Stripe is a fairly new player in the payments space, but one that has quickly established itself as a preferred platform for developers.
Software as a Service (SaaS) applications payment needs typically need a shopping cart / payment checkout or the ability to manage recurring or subscription payments. Both present challenges and opportunities for the SaaS platform but our focus will..